FORT WORTH, Texas (SWBTS) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary faculty members and students are slated to present papers during the 62nd national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) in Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17-19. The theme of the 2010 conference is “Justification by Faith.”
To see updates and a full listing of presenters, including Southwestern faculty members, students and alumni, visit the ETS website at Current Southwestern faculty members and students who are contributing to the conference include:
Paige Patterson (president, professor of theology): “Roping the Whirlwind: Lessons Learned from the Conservative Renaissance in the Southern Baptist Convention.”
Craig Blaising (executive vice president and provost, professor of theology): “Review of Jesus the Messiah: Tracing the Promises, Expectations, and Coming of Israel’s King.
Herb Bateman (professor of New Testament): “Summary Presentation of Jesus the Messiah: Tracing the Promises, Expectations, and Coming of Israel’s King.”
Robert Caldwell (assistant professor of church history): “‘Loving God because He First Loved Us?’ Joseph Bellamy, Andrew Croswell, Justification and Colonial America’s Second Antinomian Controversy.”
Dongsun Cho (assistant professor of historical theology): “Augustinianism in N.T. Wright on Justification.”
Steven James (Ph.D. candidate): “Questioning a ‘Key Explanatory Riddle’ in N.T. Wright’s Understanding of Jesus’ Ministry.”
John D. Laing (assistant professor of systematic theology and philosophy, the Havard School for Theological Studies): “Evangelical Chaplains, Ceremonial Deism, and the Establishment Clause.”
Stefana Dan Laing (assistant librarian, the Havard School for Theological Studies): “East and West, Mother Knows Best: The Hagiographical Eulogies of Macrina and Monica.”
Dokyun David Lim (Ph.D. candidate): “From the Aurality of the Text to the Aurality of Biblical Preaching: Auditory Devices in the New Testament and Their Homiletical Implications.”
Melinda G. Loyd (M.A. in archeology and biblical studies): “The Pork Taboo: The Presence and Absence of Sus Scrofa in Ancient Israel.”
Timothy M. McAlhaney (adjunct faculty member, The College at Southwestern): “Justification, Finney, and Modern Revivalism.”
Craig V. Mitchell (assistant professor of ethics): “Christian Ethics and Political Economy.”
Eric Mitchell (assistant professor of Old Testament and archeology): “Landscape Archeology and the Tel Gezer Survey: 2010 Report.”
Micah S. Meek (Ph.D. candidate): “An Aristotelian Approach to Jesus’ Teachings on Character Formation in the Book of Matthew.”
Steven M. Ortiz (associate professor of archeology and biblical backgrounds): “Gezer: Recent Excavations at the Judean City.”
Kimberly Pennington (Ph.D. candidate): “Why Justification by Faith Does not Justify Immoral Behavior: An Examination of Pauline Rationalization for Ethical Conduct in 1 Corinthians.”
Benjamin B. Phillips (assistant professor of systematic theology, the Havard School for Theological Studies): “A Creature Among Creatures or Lords of Creation?: The Vocation of Dominion in Christian Theology.”
Harvey Solganick (professor of humanities, The College at Southwestern): “A Fistful of Freud: Oskar Pfister and C.S. Lewis.”
John M. Yeats (assistant professor of church history): “In Praise of Industry: Early 19th Century Concepts of Work.”